(Courtesy of Boys Town) On a recent visit to Intel Jerusalem, the youngest generation of robotics enthusiasts met face-to-face with the very newest generation of computer processing chips now being readied for the market. Although Intel Jerusalem—the giant corporation’s global development center for autonomous cars and
(Courtesy of OU) The Orthodox Union’s Israel arm celebrated its 40th anniversary in a gala concert in Rishon L’tzion Park featuring international entertainer Yaakov Shwekey. Drawing more than 5,000 Israelis and visitors, the program featured odes to The Special Children’s Center, three boys murdered by terrorists
(JNS) Following the resignation of U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton, Charles Kupperman has taken up the post on an interim basis.
Kupperman, a former defense-contractor executive, served in the Reagan administration
(JNS) Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced this week that if he is re-elected, he will apply sovereignty over all settlements in Judea and Samaria, starting with the Jordan Valley.
Netanyahu said the steps would be taken
(JNS) Firefighters managed to salvage Torah scrolls from a 120-year-old synagogue in Duluth, Minnesota, before an overnight fire this week that started in a storage room wound up destroying the building.
(JNS) U.S. President Donald Trump could meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at a U.N. General Assembly meeting, with “no preconditions,” U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said this week.
Pompeo’s remarks came during a news briefing to unveil new sanctions against Iran, including against
(i24NEWS) A minute stamp seal from 2,600 years ago bearing the name of King David’s son was recently found in an excavation site in Jerusalem, the City of David Foundation announced Sunday in a press release.
The seal, believed to be used by the highest ranking ministers in ancient
It’s not always easy to pack one’s bags, travel to a new country and leave family and friends behind. This is especially true when you’re a teenager leaving home for the very first time.
For Naale Elite Academy students, leaving the nest may be bittersweet, but in doing so, they
Hanging on the wall in more than 240 Super-Pharm locations in Israel is a large blue and white pill-shaped container. One might think it’s a new publicity gimmick, but it’s actually a revolutionary game-changing idea.
On a daily basis, packages of
Effective September 1, Keren Or welcomed Shira Reifman as director, who will replace Tamara Silberberg when she retires at the end of the year, after 13 years of devoted service.
Shira comes to Keren Or from Kishorit, a kibbutz in the Galilee for adults with special needs, where she has
From the Tanach—where Hashem told Avraham that his descendants would be numerous, the place where the Jews first entered Yisrael—close to Har Grezim and Har Evel is situated the revived, thriving community known as Elon Moreh. Beauty, tradition and strength of character characterize both the natural setting and the residents living
(JNS) The U.S. State Department has announced that it is offering up to $15 million for information leading to the disruption of operations surrounding Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, including its alleged oil-for-money scheme.
The department is seeking details related to the IRGC’s